Double Header At Pocono

From a NASCAR Fan’s View Pocono Raceway is well known as the Tricky Triangle and this weekend the Cup teams take it on, not once, but twice. As everyone already knows, it will be on both Saturday and Sunday and making it to the end of both races will be tricky enough. Sure, I know …

Cup Teams At Nashville

From a NASCAR Fan’s View For the first time in thirty-seven years, this weekend is the first time NASCAR Cup teams take on the Nashville Superspeedway. Well… at least that’s what they say. But, is it true? Yeah, it kinda is depending on how you look at it. I know you’ve been hearing about Nashville …

Winning Is The Only Thing For The All Stars At Texas From a NASCAR Fan’s View

There is one thing different about this weekend is it’s not about points. Another thing is nothing really matters except winning. Oh, did I mention winning is worth a million dollars. Yeah… I know you already knew that but, I just wanted to say it to see if I could get a reaction. It is …

Cup Teams Head Back to Sonoma

from a NASCAR Fan’s View After more than a year, the NASCAR Cup teams head back to the road course at Sonoma. It will be a challenge and it will be very much business as usual. What I mean by that is that there will be no practice and no qualifying. One good thing though… …

The 2021 Coca-Cola 600 At Charlotte

from a NASCAR Fan’s View There are a few differences for the race this weekend at The Charlotte Motor Speedway. For starters, they got to practice and they get to qualify. For some, just the fact that they got to spend fifty minutes of practice and try some different setups may make a big difference …

Cup Teams Take On COTA For The First Time

from a NASCAR Fan’s View Let’s see… the Cup teams are taking on a road course called Circuit of the Americas (uh, that’s COTA for short) and it is a brand-new notebook for them. At least they get fifty minutes of practice to get a start on it. Another thing that might help is that …

Taking On The Monster At Dover

from a NASCAR Fan’s View There is a Monster that often rears its head in NASCAR. That Monster resides at the one-mile oval called the Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. This Monster has resided at this location since 1969. Sometimes the Monster is docile but will reach out and grab a car or two …

Throwback Weekend At Darlington

from a NASCAR Fan’s View Darlington is one of the oldest tracks on the NASCAR circuit. It’s been around a long time. Along with all of those years, are a lot of memories that cover a lot of cars and drivers from the distant past to the present. Also, along with those cars and drivers …

400 Miles At Kansas Speedway Is Next

from a NASCAR Fan’s View It appears to this fan, the talk this week has centered more around Joey Logano’s accident at Talladega and Bar BQ. I find it fascinating that Bar BQ seems to enter almost every conversation I’ve heard about this weekend’s race and that includes the talking heads on TV and elsewhere. …

Taking On Talladega

from a NASCAR Fan’s View When the NASCAR Cup teams take on the Talladega Super Speedway, there’s not a lot that can be said that’s new about Talladega but then, why should there be. Talladega has always been a weekend many look forward to and this one is no different. I guess the real question …